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    Default RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    Dear all,

    What is the main difference bet.

    {RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus}???

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    Does RV a bus? Right?

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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    Quote Originally Posted by maiabulela View Post
    Dear all,

    What is the main difference bet.

    {RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus}???

    Thanks.
    I've never heard of an RV or a Welshire bus.

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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    An RV is a home on wheels. It has a kitchen, beds, a bathroom, etc. The front part is where the driver and another passenger can sit.

    I have never heard of a Welshire bus, so it must be a term used elsehwere.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    Where did you see or hear the phrase "Wilshire bus", maiabulela?

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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    Quote Originally Posted by birdeen's call View Post
    Where did you see or hear the phrase "Wilshire bus", maiabulela?
    In a "Julianana and Bill" episode. Could wilshire be the name of the producing company? I can't tell.

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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    Wilshire Boulevard is a road. Does it make sense in the context?

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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    Or perhaps it just means 'the bus going to Wilshire' - as I might catch the London bus...

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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    RV stands for "Recreational Vehicle."


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    Default Re: RV v.s tour bus v.s Welshire bus

    Quote Originally Posted by maiabulela View Post
    In a "Julianana and Bill" episode. Could wilshire be the name of the producing company? I can't tell.
    It would be cool if you provided the context, like, say, a quote.

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